Is the stock market actually unstoppable?

I don’t like the factors driving the stock market’s growth.

Rise and shine, it’s bacon time!

Does the stock market seem...strange to you?

A lot of bad stuff happened in 2020. Yet, the market plowed ahead. Forest fires? Meh. Pandemic? Psh. Political and social instability amid waves of layoffs? Irrelevant. 

The usual justification was that the market is forward-looking, so it was already pricing in an eventual return to normal (whatever that is nowadays). 

But is that really what’s going on? Is this bull run actually stable? I don’t think so.

But don’t get me wrong — I’m not necessarily complaining about the market’s return, especially since I’m benefiting too. I’m just concerned, that’s all. 

I explain why in my latest article:

How the Stock Market’s Enormous Growth Is Actually Driven by Psychology and Free Money

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Stay sizzlin’,

Carter Kilmann